Through-Thickness Tension Testing of Steel
STP 794 endeavors to provide insights into through-thickness tension testing. The papers comprising this book's contents are divided into two sections, which are focused on the design and preparation of test specimens, and the relations between the through-thickness tension test results and metallurgical factors.
Table of Contents
Effect of Specimen Type on Reduction-of-Area Measurements
A Comparison of Short Transverse Tension Test Methods
Reed D., Smith R., Strattan J., Swift R.
Factors Affecting Variability in Through-Thickness Reduction-of-Area Measurements
Plate Thickness and Specimen Size Considerations in Through-Thickness Tension Testing
Stud Welding of Prolongations to Plate for Through-Thickness Tension Test Specimens
Characterizing the Through-Thickness Properties of Ultra-High-Strength Steel Plate
Anctil A., Berry J., Oppenheimer E., Stotz R.
Some Effects of Specimen Design, Sample Location, and Material Strength on Through-Thickness Tensile Properties
Jesseman R., Murphy G.
Relation of Through-Thickness Ductility to Inclusion Prevalence, Matrix Toughness, and Matrix Strength
Dependence of Through-Thickness Ductility on Location in Plate Length, Width, and Thickness
Comparing the Effect of Inclusions on Ductility, Toughness, and Fatigue Properties
Paper ID: STP794-EB
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